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and jehmu green, a fox news contributor and women's media centerment thank you for joining us this afternoon to share your insights and perspective on this situation. in the aftermath of the terrorist attack or the benghazi consulate which took the lives of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, the american people have wanted to hear a coherent message from the white house, instead, we have received, as we've seen through molly's report, shifting accounts of that fatal attack. so, what impact, and what bearing does this have on the presidential campaign now? jehmu? >> well, i think we have to keep in mind that from the moment that our embassy was attacked, the president and this administration has been focused on securing our diplomates, securing our facilities and going after the killers for justice. now, looking at any investigation, you're going to get more information as time goes along. and i think that the american people are going to come to understand that, especially as this topic comes up in the foreign policy debate. i, as an american, do not want communications from
president obama in just the last few days. jehmu green is a fox news contributor, the former president of women's media center. and matt heelen is the founder of the heelen group, consultant for the national republican senate orial group. matt, if governor romney will win, he has to peel away some of the voters who cast their ballot for president obama four years ago. is he not? >> he definitely will. i think he and paul ryan articulated a couple points. one, paul ryan hit this message hard. this is a failed presidency. we're talking about a presidency where we have $5 trillion in new debt. unemployment has been up for the entire presidency. and the cost of living for middle class families has really been hitting the incomes of those middle class families. and then what mitt romney had to do was to prove to the american electorate that he has the substance and the depth to be president. i think the rnc convention hit that ball right out of the park and i think you're going to see even a bigger bounce out of this convention or -- >> rick: we watched some of the convention together. this
to walk back her earlier comments? let's go to our panel, jehmu green, judson phillips is here, the founder of the tea party nation, and an associate director. and michael halprin is here. jehmu, the administration, whys that taken eight days to change its tune? >> i think if you look at both of those clips, they said the information that we have right now, clearly the f.b.i. is on the ground. we have more information. they're doing an investigation. and secretary clinton went to brief congressional members yesterday and she said very clearly that it is -- that it was a terrorist attack. but we still also have to be patient for the investigation to happen. the bigger picture is that democracies produce fewer terrorists than dictatorships. this process of creating democracy in the middle east is going to be messy. it's unfortunate we have a loss of life -- >> brian: it's also important to know how it took place so it doesn't happen again. eyewitnesses say there was no demonstration that morphed into an attack. they showed up with rpg's and there were two teams. >> right. there w
, best selling author and fox contributor, jehmu greene. >> >>> what percentage is proficient. what percentage? >> i would say 80%. >> sean: 85%. >> 85%, only 15%. >> next question. out of all the kids that go into the freshman year in high school what percentage of kids graduate? >> about 49-50%. >> i would say less than that. >> sean: 56%. >> now, how much does the average family in chicago working family earn a year? >> 40. >> close. >> i would say less than that? >> $46,000. >> what does the average teacher make in chicago? >> i know the answer to that one. $51,000. kids are not learning. >> how much is tough economy have they offered the teachers in terms of a packaged deal for four years, what percentage increase, do you know? >> i know. 16%. >> sean: 16%. >> this isn't just about money 51.. i like your intro and you practice these attacks on obama but this is not about the safety of children.... >> sean: sure it is. >> tchts being responsible. >> no, they are not responsible. >> parents are responsible. >> it's the safe environment, it's providing a safe environment. >> sean:
obama enrollment in the food stamp program has tripled but in this interview democratic strategist jehmu green said the goal is 1 one00% participation. she came on to disagree with me. >> we want 100% participation for low income family, military families, children with seniors. melissa: how do you know -- >> the stats prove we're not there. the congressional budget office, the national science institute, everyone who looks at program. 're at around 72%. roo reality is we are the richest nation in the world. we can not have children going hungry. children will --. melissa: can't have children going hungry you're abs absolutely right but getting to the point we have more people in the cart than pulling the cart. encouraging more people to get food stamps we'll run out of money. >> not absolutely. as we come out of the recession food stamp numbers come down to befor the recession, percentage of gdp we're in a special place right now where the numbers of households that were eligible increased and participation rates have increased. we're not at 100%. we have a saying in texas i'm so broke
effectively? let's talk to our political panel, a.b. stoddard, steven hayes, and jehmu greene is a fox news contributor. she's a democrat. so let's start with you. how did she do last night? >> was amazing. powerful, passionate. if the convention ended last night, it would be okay. i don't think anyone expected -- we expected her to be good. we didn't expect her to bowl us over. there was a point where i thought my knees buckled. i thought she really focused on what the convention will be about. vision and values. she hit hard on the values points, but started off the conversation for vision which we're going to get a lot more from tonight with costco examine car max ceo's. >> steve: and a.b., last week we heard from ann romney, she did an effective speech, impassioned as well. >> their role is to humanize their husbands and tell other husbands and wives and maybe first-time voters that their spouses are real people, that they have cared about their kids. they've been passionate about their course in life and their causes. she really got across many personal points, many political ones as w
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